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Building and following a rehabilitation plan is precisely like planning a road trip. Determining what strengths, limitations, and co-existing conditions all contribute to getting a “lay of the land” when it comes to each case. Completing an extensive assessment allows an Athletic Trainer to appropriately map out their plan for any athlete’s sports injury rehabilitation. Making the decision to complete an initial injury evaluation early can help prevent secondary injuries and potentially shorten one’s recovery time.

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